Books for Children

The Boy & His Mud Horses #BookReview

The Boy & His Mud Horses #BookReview

  Synopsis:  Beautifully illustrated by award-winning author Paul Goble, The Boy and His Mud Horses features a collection of 27 traditional stories from different Native American tribes, including the Pawnee, Cheyenne, Blackfoot, and Lakota. Also includes a foreword by Albert White Hat, Sr., a nationally respected Lakota leader and linguist. Thanks to Wisdom Tales Press,(…)

Never Say A Mean Word Again #BookReview

Never Say A Mean Word Again #BookReview

No one ignored the grand vizier. The most important advisor in the royal court, he was considered the wisest man in the kingdom. He was also Samuel’s father. “Make sure Hamza never says a mean word to you again,” he had ordered Samuel. What should Samuel do? He couldn’t disobey his father. But how would(…)

Oliver & Hope’s Superhero Saturday

Oliver & Hope’s Superhero Saturday

Imagination takes flight when Oliver the bear, Hope the butterfly and Millie the barn owl join their friend Charlotte the fox on a superhero adventure.  When they put on their hero capes, they have fun pretending to save a pirate ship and rescue a hot air balloon. But when they discover their friend Chewie the(…)

Robot Burphead Smartypants by Annette Simon

Robot Burphead Smartypants by Annette Simon

  By Carrie R. – Mom-Spot Review Panel Member Robot and Robot are thirsty. How about a big gulp of engine oil? Ga-lugg! Guzzle! Mmm, mmm — BurrRRRP! Oops! Pardon me! Of cour —Burrrrrp! — ourse! Oh, pardon me! On your mark, get set, belch! The green and purple robots from Robot Zombie Frankenstein! are back for a second round of(…)

The Word Burglar #bookreview

The Word Burglar #bookreview

Synopsis: When he was quite young, the Word Burglar desperately wanted to learn to read, but his mother and father were too busy working and caring for his big brothers and sisters to stop long enough to teach him. “Please,” he begged. “The words look good enough to eat. Please, somebody! Teach me how to(…)

Private means ‘Just for You’

Private means ‘Just for You’

Lauren feels unsafe at school when Hayden-Reece appears over the wall of the toilet. She goes to tell Miss Martin, who is on her Network. Miss Martin teaches her class the difference between Public and Private and explains that no one should see or touch your private parts, and that Private means ‘Just for you’.(…)